Saturday, January 21
5:30 pm – 9:00 pm
$125/ $100 members
or phone 508-495-1878 x 310
Guests for this special occasion will participate in a time-honored celebration, which includes eating a traditional Scottish meal (including a ceremonial haggis), toasts of whiskey, storytelling, singing and the recitation of poetry – all in the spirit of the Bard. Tartan-clad performers Robin Bowerman and Brett Baird of the Falmouth Theater Guild will lead the merry-making as masters of ceremony, with help from bag pipers from the
Brian Boru Pipe Band.
Robert Burns was the National Bard of Scotland. The first Burns Supper took place on January 25, 1801, five years after his death, when a group of his friends held a dinner in his honor to mark his birthday. Today, you don’t have to be Scottish to take part in this beloved tradition. A sense of fun, good friends, tasty food, and a wee bit (or more!) of whiskey will make the evening memorable. We hope you will join us!
Tartans from all clans will be welcome, and no you don’t have to eat haggis…but we think you’ll like it! Click here to register or call 508-495-1878 x 310.